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2007-10-19 07:18

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 Bioequivalence database [Tips / Tricks]

Dear Group members,

I wanted to know that is there any database of bioequivalence studies conducted in different countries till now other than published literature where one can get the basic design and analytical parameters of any formulation bioequivalence.

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Manoj Karwa

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2007-10-19 14:02

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 Bioequivalence database

Dear Manoj!

» … is there any database of bioequivalence studies conducted in different countries till now other than published literature where one can get the basic design and analytical parameters of any formulation bioequivalence.

Oh, we all want to have that one… :cool:
You my get filed applications under the 'Freedom of Information Act' from the FDA, or search UK's MHRA.
If you are lucky, intra-subject CVs are included; but you may calculate them from the confidence interval as well. Details of the analytical method(s) are always ██████████.
Recommendations for (some) individual products are also available from the FDA.

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2007-10-20 09:07

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 Bioequivalence database

Dear HS
can you please guide me in how to calculate the Intrasubject CV from confidence interval as you have stated in the post.
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Nirali
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2007-10-20 13:34

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 CV-intra calculation from CI

Dear Nirali!

Please see this post.
Solace: highschool-math would do the job...

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2007-10-24 14:26

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 CV-intra calculation from CI

Dear HS

» Please see this post.
» Solace: highschool-math would do the job...

above reference link represents an example i.e.--- if the CI is given as 89.0%-115% (n=24), you will get the CV also to three significant digits as 26.3%

I tried a lot but not getting 26.3%... :no: will u pls explain the method how did u calculated 26.3%

Nirali
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2007-10-25 07:31

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 CV-intra calculation from CI

Dear HS

Finally, I done it ! :ok:

Thank you.
Nirali
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2007-10-26 00:43

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Dear Nirali!

Congratulations & welcome to the club! :-D

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